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i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever m
announces his plans for the future of the country after cancer surgery. london fashion week is now in full swing. we will be seeing what is in this year. hello, welcome. david cameron says that the u.k. can forge one of the great partnerships of the 21st century with india. this is his hope as he begins his trade mission. john joins us live from mumbai. there he is. what kind of a profile is this? >> david cameron is hoping that he would get a high-profile welcome to the gateway of india behind me. there hoping that this will be a huge increase in british trade. even the chief executive. david cameron has a clear mission, he wants to double the trade that takes place between britain and india but point to 15. that is what this is huge cast of characters already in talks with business groups throughout all sectors. from retail to banking, they are hoping to do some business while they're here. >> it is no more than two years since david cameron was last in india. while his task remains the same, the drumbeat is growing by an urgency. the prime minister is on track to double his trade with i
to scheduling conflict, supervisor london breed will probably be arriving later and will make her welcoming remarks towards the end of the program. following the invocation by reverend harlan jones, nor a griffin will make a presentation, a dramatic presentation on the negro national anthem which will be followed by the singing of the negro national anthem. with that, i'd like to ask reverend jones if he would come forward for the invocation. (applause) >> let us bow our heads. unite our hearts in prayer. eternal god, creator of the world, sustainer of life and lord of history, thou art great and beyond our power to fully know or comprehend. so, god, we come today to give you thanks for both the ordinary and extraordinary mercies of our lives. we thank you for the gift of living in a city where the richness and diversity of races and cultures is celebrated. and as we begin this celebration of african-american history month, we remember with fondness those who worked and sacrificed to make a life for themselves and their people. we remember those who marched, who sat in, who were jailed and
, for clocked 54. rough week 10-4 rihanna. the had a night out in london that ended up with an injury. was partying at a when someoneday bottle in her direction with the choice words about her boyfriend singer chris brown. the bottle did not hit rihanna, ut she fell against the grate her window and cut knee. and her fashion debut did not go over well either in london. it was called a horror show. >> not a good weekend. >> it's 22 degrees outside. current andad, former nba players in wacky fashions
south west london, on behalf of my constituent, mr aziz, who has pulmonary hypertension, chronic lung disease and left heart disease. those at nhs south west london will not respond to my correspondence asking whether they will agree to look at allowing professor madden, the world famous cardiologist, to prescribe sildenafil for mr aziz's treatment. i can get no response and my constituent might die, should he not get a decision. >> i am very happy to take up the case that the honorable lady quite rightly raises in the house. if she gives me the details, i will see what i can do to try to get a better answer from the health authority. >> each year many dozens of my constituents have to sell their houses to pay for social care, which is random and unfair. does the prime minister agree that the proposals announced last week will at last start to mitigate this issue? >> my honorable friend makes a very important point. as he says, it is completely random who can end up suffering from dementia and then suddenly find that, because they could be spending five, 10 or even more years in a car
on the food he served. in addition, i found hundreds of bills for dinners he gave at the london hotels, the ritz and the savoy. with guest lists, amended wine lists. many letters from churchill complaining about overbilling, thanking fizz friends for gift -- his friends for gifts of food and wines all in the archives, all set out in my book. i have produced many of the menus in my book in case any of you want to try to duplicate one or two of them at a special party at home. the wine lists might be harder for you to replicate since so many decades have passed since churchill placed his orders. i have also noted his musical choices should you be in the mood to hire a band for your party, your churchill party. i wrote about all of this because they shed light on the care churchill took to make these meals productive, to sell his policies. they also show how his staff struggle today meet his requirements in -- struggled to meet his requirements in such remote places as tehran and yalta. i describe his choice of and use of cigars to prolong after-dinner discussions. my research told me wha
interesting fashion in paris than in london. the sense of humor makes them to play more with the clothes and everything. in paris, i could see what was chic in what was not. one time i was working and was arriving at an industry job, and i was wearing boots. they looked at me and said, [unintelligible] as a reproach. i thought, ha ha, very funny. [laughter] but it was beautiful, which can be true but it can be awful, too, a beige. it is not because it is beige, but it could be the absolute beauty, no. it depends how it is done, how it is made, how it looks like. so i was like, let's say, killing the french fashion. i should say france in general. so absolute. it has to be like that. things that i did not feel like. i think it's time i was going, i felt really in love with london. i felt more freedom. when i was going there, it gave me -- [unintelligible] sending like, yes, go on to do the things you feel are good. because it is very conservative in paris. >> only you had come to san francisco. >> yes. >> i can only imagine what you would have produced. [applause] >> that is true. >> here
her and her and him. >> rihanna left a club in london bloody and apparently it's chris brown's fault. she was inside in the club partying and as she's leaving someone screams about chris brown and chunks a bottle at her. shes not bleeding because of the bottle. she hit a metal fence and she starts bleeding as she's leaving the club. apparently people in london hate chris brown enough to chunk bottles. >> but he wasn't there? >> he wasn't there. >> she's got nice legs. >> she's gotten considerably better looking in the last couple of years. >> i think that's just called healing. >> alec, did you call this photographer a [beep]? >> that's alec baldwin in new york responding to allegations of racism with a smile. what allegations of racism you ask? >> alec baldwin had another run in with the paparazzi. >> this time it involved a black photog from the "new york post. >> they asked him about a recent lawsuit with his wife. not only did alec grab her by the arm and say i want to choke you to death. >> he allegedly called a black photog a [beep], a crack head and a drug dealer. >> but alec
a response from southwest london nhs on behalf of my constituents, who has hypertension, chronic lung disease and heart disease. they will not respond to my correspondents as to whether they will agree to look at allowing the professor, the world-famous cardiologist in his prescription for his treatment. i can get no response am a constituent made i should do not get a physician? >> i'm very happy to take up the case the honorable lady quite rightly raises in the house because she gives me the details i will see what i can do to get a better answer from health authorities. >> thank you, mr. speaker. each year many dozens of my constituents have to sell the house in order to pay for social care. this is random and unfair. with the prime minister agree with you that the proposal announced last week will litigate this issue? >> i think my friend makes an important point, as he said it is completely random who can end up suffering from dementia and then suddenly find hat because they could be spending five, 10 or even more years in a care home, it completely wipes out all of their savings that th
state from the finance ministers. we have a roundup of the g-20 meeting in moscow. >> and london fashion week is under way and international expansion seems to be the latest trend. we'll hear from top designers who are putting their foot forward on the global runway. >>> first, standard & poors says it wants more time to gauge shinzo abe's rating policies. s&p says recent policies could reflat japan's economy. but the government's books will continue to be weighed down by heavy debt. that's even if plans go ahead to raise a sales tax. there's a one in three chance of a downgrade this fiscal year. this is as the japanese prime minister shinzo abe says he will consider changing the bank's mandate. he didn't comment on current policy. all this as investors determine who will become the bank of japan's next governor. front runners for the post include former bank of japan deputy governor and the head of the asian development bank harikahiko tura. >> we did catch up with taro at a meeting this weekend in moscow. the next boj governor was covered, but the first question, whether mr. aso though
, a paralympian and olympian who continues to shatter records as we saw in london this summer. he joins me now. welcome. >> thank you very much. >> how does it feel to be an inspiration for literally people who are disabled the entire world over? >> i think it's a massive blessing. i have been very privileged to be given a talent and over the last seven or eight years i have worked hard on working on it and being the best athlete i can be and being an international sportsman is a big responsibility and coming with it, you have to remember there are kids who look up to you, is definitely something you have to keep at the back of your mind. >> what somebody said to me, the amazing thing you have done, oscar, for all those kids who have lost a leg, two legs, the amputation they have suffered. in the old days, they were so stigmatized, they were picked on at school, they feel different. what you have done is make it cool to be an amputee, which may not be your intention, but they all want to be like oscar now. >> i grew up in a family where a disability was never an issue. we really didn't speak a
that some folks may say. we cannot let politics be our guide. paris london and england has great transportation systems but look at san francisco. achieving a world class transportation system is a journey forward not a december nation but let's approach our transportation challenges the san francisco way once again through consensus and common and let's us take up the hard work and take the first part of the journey now. an equal exchange is the availability of housing yes. in spite of all we're doing for every of every income especially low income families. i know smob about this topic i'll fought to get this under control from my long hair days. we cannot defy the cost of living in our town. we haven't built enough new housing. last year, we began to make some progress in november the 0 voters passed the housing trust fund for the next thirty years for affordable housing for first time home buyers and thank you to this gentleman for our first responders. today, there are more than 20 times the new housing built in 2011. that's just a beginning with 23 thousand new units? the
. second of all is a plan that he talked about on july 26th in london last year which is the outright monetary transactions, omt, where the ecb would buy bonds from the countries in trouble along with the european stability mechanism under certain conditions. in other words, certain conditionality. now, the ecb isn't going to put up that conditionality. they've got enough on their as a central bank and now as a supervise for the banks. supervisor for the banks. and it'll probably be the international monetary funneled. but they haven't really agreed what kind of conditionality they're going to put up and who's going to do it. the lead candidate for this should be spain, but the prime minister of spain told me several months ago he'd only go into this program if there was no additional conditionality other than what he was taking, because he thought he was taking enough in spain. and second of all, if the ecb could prove to him by taking this on that the spreads or the cost of issuing bonds would go down significantly. and as you see, nothing's been done there. but psychologically it's
. and for oscar on suicide watch until his next court hearing that same day. cbs news, london. >>> at the vatican there were larger than usual crowds to receive pope sunday's blessing at st. peters square. they know it'll be one of his last services before retiring next month. >> reporter: pope benedict xvi treated it as business as usual. but usual days don't draw crowds like this. an estimated 50,000 faithfuls at st. peters square. his recent service was in spanish. asking the crowd to pray for the next pope. in italian, he understands the difficulty of the decision. >> reporter: do we want to follow the eye? or god, yeah? the individual interest for that is really good. from street level, the pope was the near white speck and the voice. >> we came to see the pope because we know since he's leaving this will be one of his last public appearances. so we felt that we should be here to witness it. >> we knew that sunday would be an opportune time. one of the last few times to see him as pope. >> reporter: the expectation is that there will be a new pope in time for easter. but that assumed with th
-amputee who ran into history in the london summer games. police in south africa have charged the track star with the premeditated murder of his girlfriend inside his home. tonight, evidence said to have been recovered at the scene, along with reports of phone
. you're watching al-jazeera live from london. also coming up -- >> gunmen have kidnapped seven foreign workers in the northern states of nigeria. >> cousin marking its sixth birthday as an independent state. we talk about the challenges they face -- kosovo marking its sixth birthday. catholicse blesses for the first time since announcing his resignation. >> hello and thank you for joining us. the $1 million reward offered for the capture of a group carrying out a deadly attack in pakistan. more than 80 people killed in an explosion in a busy area. shias there, and those across pakistan, are demanding the government do more to stop the attacks. >> a strong message. stop the killing of shias. this is in response to saturday's bombing targeted a shia bazaar. they're giving them 48 hours to arrest the culprits before they take action. >> we want to register our protests. we demanded to noticed of the blasts. they need to find those responsible for such acts of terrorism. >> the group has claimed responsibility for this attack and another earlier this year. they're angry there not being pro
are your temperatures. 7 degrees in london as well as in paris. but then the temperatures drop away as we head in towards central europe. 2 degrees in vienna. 3 in berlin. minus 5 for the high in moscow with minus 4 in kiev. here's your extended forecast. >>> visitors to a city office near tokyo are enjoying a display of imperial elegance in miniature form. hina dolls represent members of the nobility. the dolls are the centerpiece of a festival every march. families set them out as a way to pray for good health for their daughters. craftsmen in the city have been making the dolls for nearly 400 years. residents collected more than 1800 dolls from all over the country. they are displaying them to draw attention in visitors. the dolls at the top are seven meters off the floor. >> translator: they reach right up to the ceiling. they are amazing. >> translator: it's wonderful to see something big like this. >> the dolls will be on display until march 9th. >>> we're back in 30 minutes with more of the latest. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
future track meets. kelly cobia is in london. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. the lawyers will try to convince the judge this was all a tragic accident. he's charged with premeditated murder and police have reportedly said this case is rock solid. his father says oscar pistorius acted on instinct when he shot his girlfriend thursday firing four times at a person he thought was a burglar. yet cbs news believes reeva steenkamp slept in his bed that night. she was still in her night gown. she was shot once in the bedroom and then she tried to hide in the bathroom. the door was shut. she was shot with her hands over her head. police reportedly found the bloody bat in the house. she interviewed people at the scene of the shooting and says the bat will be crucial at the scene of the investigation. >> we're look at a few scenarios. one is that she was trying to defend herself. there are reports that he abused and assaulted her at first. >> reporter: his family says pistorius is in shock. they met with him over the weekend in the police station in pretoria whe
in the last election that i discuss in "spin master" things that were not much of a gaffe. his trip to london and remarks about security ahead of the olympics there, were what london had been going over for weeks. but here is a chance to slip around a republican, basically that's what you end up with. >> david, thanks for joining us, it's been a pleasure and i think i will lift my glass to my good friend marco rubio and say you're still one of my favorites, i think you're one of the most brilliant young men in our party and perhaps the fuf of tture of the republi. on the one side a president is ordering the killing of his own people and on the other-- can america choose sides in syria's civil war? we'll be right back. when i, if you're not whitening, you're yellowing. crest whitestrips whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. [ applause ] >> more than >> more than 150 fighters have been killed as rebels and forces loyal to syrian president assad battle for control in the syrian city of alepo in the last few days. the war in syria has killed thou
is in london. now, nic, the agency is doing the probe, what more are we hearing about their findings? and the pressure that's being put on those supermarkets and others? >> reporter: well, what we're being told at the moment by the food standard agency here is that they haven't so far found donkey, although serious concerns have been raised by the border agency here who say they picked up donkey and horse meat by the tons being smuggled in the country in the past. so that concern is still out there. we know that as of friday last week, a quarter of all tests were done. and of those tests about 1% of all the products tested, 29 out of 2,501 came back positive for horse dna. the government said it was front-loaded, if you will, the worst of the items tested first. we just heard from the secretary of the environment saying he hopes all the testing will be done by the end of the week. the results will be done by the end of next week. it may drag into next week, michael. >> so, nic, are people still buying what they think is beef? is it dangerous if it's horse meat? >> you know, i think t
in london or, no, having a car is liability. i miss driving. i rent cars once in a while. tracy: i think it is time you get one. ashley: yeah, i think so. tracy: local governments and taxpayers help to foot the bill to fund new stadiums for private sports franchises around the country. with the price tag reaching hundreds of millions of dollars, is it money well-spent? rich edson live from the phillies spring training facility in clearwater, florida. hey, rich. >> the phyllis were kind enough to let us stand on the warning track for the story -- fillies. this is the first full week of major league baseball spring training. you have half a dozen teams here on the west coast of the tampa bay region. the tampa bay race are on search for a new stadium. their stayed kbrum, tropicana field, is widely regarded as worth venue in all of sports. the element is government taxpayer financing. there is major role about the role of taxpayers. >> we have definitely seen many communities have promises not kept in terms of amount of construction costs on these stadiums. really deals once things have kind
in 1908. largely unpopulated region, but had the same meteor hit, for example, london, i'm told that london would be gone. so that when these things do hit, they hit over largely unpopulated areas. not all the time. that just the mathematical odds of that tipping are small, aren't they? >> eventually, i always tell people we're playing a game of cost mcroulette with the earth, and most days we win but you can't keep winning forever. every gambler knows that. so our foundation is doing this privately. we are going to -- we are building a space telescope right now, already begun construction, and launching in 2018 to find the asteroids and we'll put the data online so that we know when the next one of these is going to be happening decade inside advance so we can deflect it. >> neil: even, ignorantly speak only my part here, those coming in the direction from the sun so you can still detect them. >> yes. well, from our position in space we can see them. >> neil: doctor, thank you very much. a pleasure having you. >>> who knew you could sue from a cell arranges jail cell. the terro
walking tours up and the mayor's office of economic development. our newest supervisor, supervisor london breed. let's give him a round of applause. (applause) ♪ ♪ >> hi, are you going to speak first or me? >> you, please. >> hi, everybody. i'm so happy to be here to celebrate this -- what is it, the neighborhood empowerment network awards. this is like the fifth year that this has happened and i remember just about two years ago when the divisadero corridor received the same award. so, it is truly an honor to be here as the district 5 supervisor. the neighborhood i live in, to see many of the people i know, they're all sitting in the front row. i see you, joe, from john mere pierre from the meat store and pierre was front and center when that fire happened on walgreens on fillmore and haight and getting those people out. thea shelby who has been working really hard, one of the founders of the lower haight merchant and neighborhood associations. she has been a tireless advocate in this area for public safety. i'm so happy to see you here. devon, the new president and thea has served a
, london breed at the board. they have to face all the different politics. but i know they're going to be great partners with me because we've got the right objectives to happen. we want everybody included in the city. we have naomi kelly, harlan kelly, mohammed nuru, rhonda simmons heading upstreamly important departments. and i've got to say this. if we can't get the job done with these people in these important positions or some tremendous progress, i don't know where else to look because this is a great start. yes. (applause) >> but we also have tremendous help from people who are helping us create the policies and the accountability in all the different departments. melva davis, kim brandon, willie adams at the port, chuck collins, [speaker not understood], the reverend amos brown, denise tyson, linda richardson, sonya harris, patricia thomas, veronica honeycut, these are just the names of a few of our commissioners who are heading up those very important divisions of our city. and they are joining with me and with the supervisors and with the department heads to do what mrs. o
his next court hearing that same day. kelly cobiella cbs news london. >> jeff: president obama remains in south florida this weekend. and today he played a round of golf with the biggest name in the sport tiger woods. woods who traditionally avoided politics played with mr. obama. u.s. trade representative ron kirk and democratic donor and golf course answerer jim crane. with the president on the course and a congress on a recess the clock is ticking for a deadline for automatic budget cuts. the cuts known as the sequestration would eliminate more than $85 billion in spending this year. half from defense half from domestic programs. the cuts take effect march 1st unless a compromise can be reached. bill plante joins us from washington with more on that bill, good evening. >> good evening, jeff. you know now that most of official washington does believe that those spending cuts are going to happen at the beginning of march politicians of both parties are putting more effort as fixing blame for the cuts than avoiding them. the new white house chief of staff said the president is dedicate
after there was a large fire in london that caused structural damage to a high-rise building due to the
lond and reports about security that midia in london had been going over for weeks at that time. a chance to slap around therepublican and that's what you end up with. >> david, thank you for joining us it is it a pleasure and i will lift my glass to good friend marko rub rub. i think he is brilliant and perhaps the future of republicans and i say best wishes. [ applause ] >> on the one side a brutal president ordering the killing of his own people and on the other rebels with ties to quad quald. can merning choose sides in a aa [ applause ] >> more than 150 fighters have been killed as rebels and forces loyal to syrian president bashar assad battles for the control of the airport in aleppo. the civil war kill would 70,000 people since it began two years ago. why should americans care about what is it going on in syria. it is great to see you. does it appear that the government of the assad is on the way to falling. he seems to have it is nine lives of a ploverbial caught. he was back nine months and he was gone in 36 hours and hillary clinton said his days are numbered. he has
to avoid prosecute execution in the u.s. he is living in london, julian assange says if he becomes a senator, the u.s. and britain would leave him alone because of diplomacy. they have been investigating wikileaks because of thousands of classified documents which got out. >>> and the california theater, she will be talking about being held captive in north korea. they were released after being held 149 days in jail. they were arrested while reporting on human trafficking. they were pardoned after former president clinton traveled there to secure their release. >>> it comes after an australian magazine decided to public photos of the dutches in a bikini. they published the unauthorized photos which were taken on a family vacation in the caribbean. >> we are paying people big money. >> she still actually looks pretty good, we don't know what is wrong with it. >> the magazine paid 1 55,000 dollars to public those photos. let's check back with sal. it has been quiet. >> it has and we are expecting it, i think a lot of people do have the day off and it will get busier, we have people o
and clearly many of the models here at london fashion week as well, beware. it's now official. you'll be out of work, at least in israel, if you're too thin. every photo shoot is a personal victory for israeli model margo stelman. her sister, also a model, died from anorexia, the eating disorder. but stelman, 21, is working at the highest level and not starving herself. >> i thought it a very sad, sad thing to it. and now we're bringing the healthy models back. >> reporter: in fact, super thin models are now illegal here. israeli law bans them from working if their body mass index or bmi, combination of height and weight, is less than 18.5. that is, less than 118 pounds if you're 5'7". it also prohibits advertisers from publishing digitally manipulated images without a clear, written warning that the pictures you are seeing are photo shopped. >> they look at the tv and want to be skinny without any reason just because they saw beautiful and skinny girls. that, we can change. >> reporter: an iconic fashion photographer until one of his models died in his arms from anorexia. shocked, he put do
being filed against him in the u.s. he spoke from the embassy in london where he was granted asylum in june. his supporters in australia have put his name in the run for the senate. >>> pope benedict is behind closed doors for traditional lenten prayer. thousands gathered yesterday to say goodbye to the pope. he will host his last blessing next sunday followed by a nine general audience on february 27th, the day before he officially steps down. >>> an amazing fact about friday's meteor strike in russia. shockwaves were felt by nuclear sensors halfway around the world. friday's mid-air explosion over central russia had the force of 30 hiroshima nuclear bombs. more than half of the glass that was broken has been replaced. several so-called meteor pieces are already on sale on ebay, but as the saying goes, buyer beware. >> 1 million square feet of glass shattered when that hit. >> that is incredible. i need to go to my backyard and get some rocks. >> some meteor rocks. >> of course. let me clarify. >>> just a week after getting slammed by that monster blizzard, parts of the northeast a
of sex crimes in sweden. he's currently in london england where he was granted asylum. >>> a man charged with slapping a toddler on an airplane is out of a job this morning. >> he was let go, agc aerospace has announced that joe huntley is no longer employed. the idaho man is charged with slapping a 2-year-old toddler and calling him a racial slur during a recent delta flight. >> i could not believe that he would say something like that, and to a baby, or about a baby, and then to hit him was just, i felt like i was in another world. i was shaking. >> this former employer called the allegations "offensive and disturbing ." his lawyer says he will plead not guilty to the assault charges. >>> it's koby versus lebron, the east takes on the west in the nba all star game. >>> we have highlights and paving the way for the ladies on the racetrack, danica patrick making history on the daytona, coming up. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades.
i went to sybil's in london, and i said what if you don't like it, what if my janet isn't your janet? and she sat back in her wonderful way, um, with a glass of scotch in her hand, and she said your janet is your janet, my janet is my janet. janet's janet is janet. and she was absolutely right. and it relieved me nor mousily because i realized i could only do the best that i could do. i could do the best with whatever materials i had and ability, and that's it. and end. [laughter] >> i sort of disagree with everybody. [laughter] >> you always have. >> i really especially disagree with what ed said. i'm a huge fan of ed's writing. and, um, i still think, i mean, essentially i thought phyllis set us up very well for our ongoing, extended literary discussion here in suggesting that we have to think of biography and biographical fiction, even autobiography in wake of literary theory x. i think phyllis was suggesting covertly, even overtly, that biography is the least theorized of all of our genres. and i think that when we begin to theorize biography -- which i do think we need to do --
in london. thanks so much, keir. >>> our quick roundup of what has you talking online. marco rubio is cashing in on that notorious reach for water during his state of the union rebuttal, raising more than $1 million in the past week by selling real water bottles. he even earned a spoof on "saturday night live." >> can you not see? >> where? >> it's never that far away. it's right in front of you. >> where is the water? >> it's back where you were. >> which way? >> back where you were. >> and there it is. >> snl, as rubio jokes that his thirst was brought on by eating dry roasted peanuts and beef jerky. >>> no laughing matter, but thanks to his squeaky sound he is becoming a viral sensation. the frog may sound funny but check out this intimidating shot the photographer also posted online. i don't think that's anything to squeak at. how about a hole in nine? take a look. that shot, part of the golf management business curriculum at campbell university in north carolina. i think they all get a's for that. 8:07 right now. let's go back outside to al for another check of your weather. >
for wjz, from london, that woman's mother is demanding answers. >> reporter: lawyers for olympian oscar pistorius will speak daily bail for the runner on tuesday. the double-amputee has been in jail since thursday, charged with murdering his girlfriend, model reeva steenkasm. her mother was scoatded in a paper, asking, why my little girl? why did he do this? but pistorius's father said his son acted on instinct, thinking it was a burglar in the house. but cbs news has learned, police believe reeva steenkamp slept with him in his bed that night. she was shot once in the bedroom and tried to hide in the bathroom. and three more shots were fired through the door, hitting her as she covered her head with her hands. the shooting has unleeched -- unleashed a barrage of tabloid headlines, including wong that police found a bloody croket -- croquet bat. >> they are looking at a few scenarios, we understand. wong that said steenkamp may use this to try to defend herself. there were reports that he may have use today to assault her at first. >> reporter
. the other thing, they could have london back from mexico. apparently the could have gone to mexico and avoided. then they didn't want to because of the cost. guess what, the bigger cost now. gerri: people are not happy. >> this is just a first lawsuit of many. gerri: thank you for coming on. you're going tocome back. at the bottom of the hour, your verdict on a graduate student suing her alma maters for giving her bad grades. this student says it is costing her money, but is it legal? add up think so. that's just my view. also, we head to the crown jewel , new york fashion week. president obama calling for renaissance and manufacturing. what does it mean? of break it all down next. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn'
, they made a single bet that blew up so big, they lost $6 billion. on this london whale trade. so these institutions are going out and being reckless again. they're going out and playing that they know the government will be there to back them up. david: david, one final point. anytime you hear somebody say tarp paid off its bets and aig is a perfect example, the way they, the way they did creative accounting with tax writeoffs, you write about this, aig in 2011 made $20 billion. what they don't say that 17.7 billion of money booked in as a profit was a tax writeoff from the financial crisis, right. >> that's right. all these institutions basically operated for years tax-free simply because they were able to book all the losses that they had, that they suffered as a result of making stupid decisions and stupid bets. they were able to write that off on their taxes. that is the double wham any -- whammy of this tarp program. you shore up companies. you lose money on the program. then the other side they book the losses as writeoffs and get you on the other side. david: david weidner
it can be taken forward. i think it is also right to say that the citizens in london and u.k. is important. put pressure on employers, if you can do you should be a living wage employers. at least you can make a comparison across a sector. you don't make-up reasonable comparisons, who is paying the live wage and who isn't? i think it is something we need to come back to and something we can make progress for. >> as much as i would love to see robin at bbc news. you said in 2012 that you would like to see a manage tax to reverse tax credits. do you still stand by that? secondly, continue down the status of these announcements today. is this a policy pledge? is this an idea? if what you would do if ed was presenting the budget this month? which is it? >> the government's budget and the mansion tax cut the tax an cut the tax credits and we've said over the last year, they should look at -- not going to the top rate tax cut in april. we're not going ahead with the 1% hit on tax credit. when we talk about the youth jobs guarantee we talk about the tax to pay for that. today, we'
came after you were, went to sequoia. so you're in london. you talk to the man at the daily times and he says i would go to america. that is where i would go. >> yeah. >> rose: so you come here. >> i came here and i couldn't afford to come here. so i applied for a bunch of scholarships to american universities and luckily enough got one that took me to the university of pennsylvania. >> rose: wharton. >> well, actually, no. not originally. it was for a masters in history. and then i wasn't too happy with the first few weeks of that program. and was wondering what else to do. because i knew i wanted to be in america. and they were very kind and let me transfer into the business school. but the very best thing that happened to me there was having-- being in a class with the author philip roth. so my binding memory of the university of pennsylvania is being introduced to philip roth and he had these people like norman mailer and other people who would come through the class and that was just fantastic. >> rose: you make your way to "time" magazine. >> yes. >> rose: and you write abou
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